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Southern Colleges Face Off In NCAA Women's Division I

Chelsey Gullickson won the USTA Oak River Rehab Challenger.
Division I Women’s teams from the Southern Section will clash in the next round of the 2011 NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships held throughout the U.S.
 
Duke, the #3 seed, was victorious over Richmond in the first round of play and beat Yale in the second round. They will play Georgia Tech in the third round.
 
The #4 seed, University of North Carolina topped East Tennessee State in the first round and Washington in the second round to move on. They will play Vanderbilt in the third round on May 20.
 
Vanderbilt University was victorious over Winthrop in their first round and beat #13 seeded Tennessee to progress to the third round.
 
University of Georgia, the #8 seed, beat Marist in the first round of competition and University of Alabama in the second round. They will advance to the third round to play #9 seeded California on May 20.
 
#14 seed Georgia Tech was successful against Jacksonville State in the first round of their regional and beat Arizona State in the second round.
 
The #15 seeded Clemson beat Wichita State in the first round and Arkansas in the second round to advance to third round competition against #2 seed Florida.
 
The third round of competition will take place at the Taube Tennis Center in Stanford, Calif. hosted by Stanford University.
 
Division II
The Division II Women’s Tennis Championship concluded this weekend in Altamonte Springs, Fla. with Barry University (FL) beating Lynn University (FL) for the title. Armstrong Atlantic (GA) advanced to the Semifinal but was beat by Barry. Clayton State (GA) also advanced to the Semifinal where they were taken down by Lynn.
 
Division III
Division III competition continues with only one Southern Section team advancing to the quarterfinals that will be held on May 24.
 
Emory has advanced through the third round with victories over Agnes Scott (GA) and Sewanee (TN). Sewanee survived through the first two rounds before losing to Emory, beating Rose- Hulman and Washington- St. Louis before being downed in the third round. Methodist University (NC) did not make it out of the first round, with a loss to Gwynedd- Mercy. Emory will play Washington & Lee on Tuesday in Claremont, Calif.
 
 
 
 

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